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Fmloml
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I am sponsoring my childs sfe application and i am only on none taxable benefits.
And on section 3 q5 it asks if i receive any income i have not told them about
Does this mean i tick yes as i am on none taxable benefit
Or does this mean i tick no on this question as it is only relevant to taxable income details
Thanks for any advise
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(Original post by Fmloml)
I am sponsoring my childs sfe application and i am only on none taxable benefits.
And on section 3 q5 it asks if i receive any income i have not told them about
Does this mean i tick yes as i am on none taxable benefit
Or does this mean i tick no on this question as it is only relevant to taxable income details
Thanks for any advise
Put no ,thats to do with things like investment income
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Ok thanks these questions are so confusing
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Put no ,thats to do with things like investment income
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Ok thanks these questions are so confusing
Page 18 onwards explains most of it https://media.slc.co.uk/sfe/1920/ft/...tes_1920_o.pdf
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You know the other questions about interest from bank accounts is this if u have a bank saving account or is it any interest you may get on your bank current account
and am i right in thinking any interest on isa saving account you dont include as it is a none taxable isa
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Ok thanks these questions are so confusing
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You know the other questions about interest from bank accounts is this if u have a bank saving account or is it any interest you may get on your bank current account
and am i right in thinking any interest on isa saving account you dont include as it is a none taxable isa
as long as the isa interest is below the taxable point don't mention it
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I thought the interest on isa was not included
as its a none taxable isa
And i dont understand what is meant by being below the taxable amount
I get about one pound a year interest on my isa saving account
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as long as the isa interest is below the taxable point don't mention it
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I thought the interest on isa was not included
as its a none taxable isa
And i dont understand what is meant by being below the taxable amount
I get about one pound a year interest on my isa saving account
don't include that
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Ok thanks for ur advise
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don't include that
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